It is known that law and order is deteriorating in America due to illegal immigrants and homeless people. Along with murders, thefts and threats, the use of drugs is also increasing.
Recently two days ago, the incident of illegal migrants attacking the police officers at the famous Times Square in New York, the commercial capital of America, caused a stir. Governor Kathy Hochul (Governor Kathy Hochul) of New York State took this incident seriously.
Hochul said that the Republican leaders are demanding that those who attacked the police be deported. This is something that should be taken into consideration.
According to the New York Post article, the governor told reporters on January 31. Kathy Hochul said that anyone who commits a crime against a police officer in New York if they are not legally resident here, Kathy Hochul said.
She stated that police are law enforcement officers and under no circumstances should they be physically assaulted. According to the governor’s spokesperson, her office has communicated with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office about the incident, as required by state law.
Assaulting a police officer is a bailable offense, he said, making it difficult for district attorneys to hold criminals accountable.
If we go into the details of the incident. Two police officers from the New York Police Department (New York Police Department) were stopping and questioning the immigrants on West 42nd Street in Manhattan last week. After a while, the rest of the immigrants in that group also reached there and attacked the policemen en masse and hit them on the head and body indiscriminately.
Police have arrested four assailants in connection with this incident. They have been identified as Darwin Andres Gomez Izquiel (19), Kelvin Sarwat Arocha (19), Juarez Wilson (21), and Yorman Reveron (24).
They were charged with assault and immediately released without any bail. Later, another suspect, Jhun Boda (22), was also arrested and a case was registered.